WFXD Local Artist Show featuring Hart, Harp & Bones – September 14 2011

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Another edition of the Local Artist Show, with host George Knight, LIVE from the Roosevelt Cultural Center in Ishpeming, Michigan presents Hart, Harp and Bones, featuring Bill Hart on Vocals & Guitar, “Fast Eddie” Consolmagno on Vocals and Harmonica, and Randy Seppela on Bones, Cajon, Washboard, Snare & Bass Drum. The trio has been performing their music around the Marquette & Upper Peninsula area for numerous years, as well as workshops on the traditional rhythm instrument “The Bones” over many years.

Hart Harp & Bones performed a number of traditional songs from folk and blues, flavored with their unique sound and rhythms to make this a truly one-of-a-kind act that is a Must See and Must Hear trio of veteran musicians.

  • BLOW WHISTLE BLOW – Rick Von Schmidt
  • STRANGER BLUES -Sonny Terry & Robbie Magee
  • FRANCE BLUES -1928 Traditional Delta Blues Song
  • HOW CAN A POOR MAN STAND SUCH TIMES & LIVE- 1929 Traditional Fiddle song
  • SLAPPIN ON MY BLACK CAT BONE – Curner, Ray & Glover
  • TOO MUCH FUN – Robbie Magee
  • DUST MY BROOM – Robert Johnson
  • RED HOTRobert Johnson

CLICK HERE to listen to archived broadcast. An encore performance of Hart, Harp & Bones can be heard Sunday night at 6pm EDT on 103.3 The Country Extreme

Join us next Wednesday on WFXD at 6pm as host George Knight welcomes more great local talent to the Roosevelt Cultural Center for the next Local Artist Show on 103.3 The Country Extreme & WFXD.com

As always, thank you to our sponsors:

Globe Printing
Sombrero Sound Company
Oasis Grill of Ishpeming

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